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Amazing Grace nearly saw the light of day in 2015,” [Marshfield News Herald] Contact us at [email protected] believes he was pushed against the wall He is now appealing to the conscience of his AIADMK colleagues to move camp — from Chinnamma to OPS Anna It is no secret that he has invisible political backers outside of Tamil Nadu who want to see him succeed in this daring mutiny But while the trickle of party cadre and leaders has begun the lawmakers are staying put with Sasikala File image of O Panneerselvam PTI The reason for that is the legislators do not want to fall between two stools — Poes Garden and Greenways Road where Panneerselvam’s residence is located A majority of them want to be sure that there is a tsunami of support blowing in his direction and not just a gentle evening breeze None of them wants a snap poll in 2017 having spent a fortune to get elected nine months ago They will back whoever they think will survive till 2021 and at this point in time herd mentality says the person is Sasikala The challenge for Panneerselvam is to convince them that he is the winning horse to back Which he hopes to do by riding on the popular public support that is building up in his favour The fact that presidium chairman Madhusudanan walked into his camp is being seen as a shot in the arm though he is also dismissed by his critics as a veteran politician from the black and white era The one benefit he brings is that he will be seen along with Treasurer Panneerselvam as representing the real party a claim that will help the chief minister before the Election Commission The other hurdle for Panneerselvam is that his resignation as chief minister was accepted by the governor Now when he is claiming that his resignation was submitted under duress constitutional experts are divided over the discretionary powers of the governor to withdraw his acceptance of the chief minister’s resignation Panneerselvam’s backers are also a bit worried about his poor strike rate after more than 48 hours of the revolt Only seven legislators have moved into the OPS camp till now The expectation was that Panneerselvam would be able to woo at least 40-odd legislators by this time The chief minister’s camp blames the alleged strong-arm tactics of Team Sasikala which has moved them to a resort in Mahabalipuram for the inability to reach out to the MLAs The task is cut out for Panneerselvam Since the governor has bought time by saying he will need to consult legal experts it gives the chief minister the chance to garner support He could of course receivea huge shot in the arm should the verdict in the disproportionate assets case go against Sasikala The options for the Sasikala camp that is clearly on the back foot are limited It has to ensure that its men and women are not poached It also has to neutralise the negativity surrounding Sasikala’s bid for the top job Another headache is Panneerselvam’s bid to appeal to the emotional AIADMK cadre by promising to convert Veda Nilayam into an Amma memorial The subtext of that is that Sasikala who is living in J Jayalalithaa’s residence should be asked to move out The AIADMK is also worried about what the Governor will do Though legally he is bound to go by the letter given by Sasikala staking claim with signatures of 134 MLAs Vidyasagar Rao cannot ignore the charge of forgery leveled by Panneerselvam Sasikala’s fear is that the more time she loses the chances of the legislators slipping away from her camp increase The party has reportedly reached out to the Congress for support by its eight MLAs should she lose more legislators but the divided Congress is unlikely to play ball The third player in the Tamil Nadu drama is the governor who has to now do a deft balancing act making sure he does not come across looking partisan His absence from the Chennai Raj Bhavan has been criticised But now that he has finally come he must ensure an end to this political turmoil at the earliest Legally he is in a bind and whatever happens in Tamil Nadu now will be cited as a precedent The Supreme Court verdict could prove to be the game changer and bring an end to this drama irrespective of what the Governor does or does not do While Panneerselvam reaches out to the people’s court by releasing the list of phone numbers of all lawmakers and asking people to call up the MLAs to question why are they still with Sasikala the Supreme Court may just hold the key to Fort St George where the Tamil Nadu Secretariat is located Follow all the live updates hereWASHINGTON (Reuters) – U Writing in the journal Science,” the New York Times reports, France, if Maliki is not the kind of leader who can do that,S. after elections ended.“I was picked up on 12 October and lodged at the Safakadal police station for three days and was later shifted to Srinagar’s Central Jail The police raided my house which lies near the Safakdal Police Station late in the evening” said Masroor Now as the state is preparing for the Panchayat polls most separatist leaders either remain in police custody or under house arrest to “ensure smooth polls” In the PSA order issued against Gulzar authorities said that his detention was necessary as he “has figured adversely in police records” “He has actively participated in 2008 2010 and 2016 unrests by way of provoking the youth to indulge in illegal activities aimed to disrupt the public tranquility peace and order” read the PSA order Gulzar’s wife Hafeeza Begum said his health has deteriorated and “despite that we are not allowed to meet him at the Kotbalwal jail” “Earlier my husband was detained at Shergadi Police Station for four days He was later shifted to Kotbalwal prison in Jammu where he remains lodged We were told by the police that he was detained for his anti-election activities” she said “My husband has a back ache problem and he has been advised complete bed rest but that has not prevented the authorities from detaining him” The police are frequently putting the separatists under house detention and are even registering cases against the leaders “for being a threat to peace” Both Geelani and Hurriyat (M) chairman Mirwaiz Umer Farooq remain under house arrest Umer has even been disallowed from leading Friday prayers at the historic Jamia Masjid in Srinagar on several occasions On 7 October after his house arrest Umer tweeted “Under #House Arrest peculiar democratic process of elections gearing up as huge deployment of forces PSAs incarcerations house arrests raids internet bans gather momentum Not to mention the unknown contestants and amused public What mockery of democracy is at display” Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) vice chairman Bashir Ahmad Bhat said senior separatist leader and the front chairman Yaseen Malik has been detained frequently by the police “Yaseen was detained earlier this month for many days and later released Now he has been again detained by police and remains in police custody” he said Separatists have termed the government’s policy as “an aggressive policy and approach of New Delhi towards the people of Kashmir”“The approach is becoming more brutal almost every day” said Hurriyat (M) in a statement recently “ The world community including the United Nations (UN) Organisation of Islamic Countries (OIC) and other organisations should take a serious note of unabated human rights violations killing maiming and thrashing of youth men and women and the arrest of resistance leaders and slapping them with the draconian PSA in Valley” the statement added Authorities also jailed Islamic Students League founder Shakeel Bakshi under the Public Safety Act Shakeel’s brother Showkat said he was lodged at a jail in Jammu for over a month By Aidan Lewis TUNIS (Reuters) – Escalating conflict in the eastern city of Derna is having a devastating impact on civilians with humanitarian workers denied access to deliver life-saving assistance the United Nations said on Thursday Derna has long been encircled by forces loyal to east Libya-based commander Khalifa Haftar who are trying to wrest the city from a coalition of local fighters and Islamists known as the Derna Mujahideen Shura Council (DMSC) Located on the coast around 266 km (165 miles) from the border with Egypt it is the only major town or city in the east of Libya outside the control of Haftar’s Libyan National Army (LNA) This month after Haftar returned from medical treatment in Paris the LNA stepped up its campaign launching ground attacks against its opponents on Derna’s outskirts The UN Libya mission’s humanitarian coordinator Maria Ribeiro said the intensification of the conflict had created an urgent need for humanitarian access and they had been denied repeated requests "Shortages in medicine and medical supplies are reaching critical levels and the first food shortages are being reported" the statement said "The continued encirclement of Derna and the escalation of conflict is having a devastating impact on civilians who fear for their lives" Until this month the LNA’s campaign had been largely limited to occasional air strikes and bombardments Egypt which backs the LNA has also carried out air strikes in Derna against what it said were training camps sending militants into Egypt to carry out attacks The LNA says its rivals in Derna are linked to al Qaeda Islamic State established a presence in Derna in 2014 but was pushed out by the DMSC Haftar is aligned with a parliament and government that moved to eastern Libya following fighting in Tripoli in 2014 He opposes an internationally recognised government now based in the capital Haftar says he is trying to rid Libya of the threat from militant Islamists Critics accuse him of branding all his opponents as "terrorists" as he seeks to expand his power "There is no option left for us in Derna than to crush the terrorists after they rejected all peace efforts" Haftar said in an address to his forces on Tuesday He also urged families of DMSC fighters to pressure them to surrender to the LNA so they could get a "fair trial" The UN statement quoted reports that hundreds of families had been displaced by the recent fighting in Derna and that at least one child had been killed "I call on all parties to immediately allow safe and unfettered access to Derna for humanitarian actors and urgently needed humanitarian goods" Ribeiro was quoted as saying (Additional reporting by Ayman al-Warfalli; Editing by Alexandra Hudson) This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed
making up 60 percent of the total budget. the executive director of the North Valley Arts Council, Other side-effects the young people noted was headaches, and researchers believe that drinking them with alcohol or while exercising may make them even more dangerous. However, the all-you-can-eat restaurant is now in thousands of pounds of debt and has had to shut its doors to the public. “What we have decided is to set up – and this is the height of our decisions – to set up a Nigerian Elders Forum. Akintoye said that the elders were worried “that things are not well with our country.